[OT] Internet Censorship

Jerry J jhj at jhj.com
Sat Aug 13 00:51:07 EDT 2011


Stephen is right. The tools for the technical aspects of music production are now available to everybody. The skills to use them creatively are not so easy to come by.

Unfortunately, if you follow the money in the music business, you mostly get mediocrity.

For now. 

Stay tuned,
--Jerry

On Aug 12, 2011, at 9:36 PM, stephen barncard wrote:

> Ha! "airplay" is the problem! Homogenization is what they do.
> 
> If one is only listening to terrestrial radio, then that mediocrity is what
> one gets. There is PLENTY of great, original new music streaming out there
> on the net --, one just needs to explore.
> 
> On 12 August 2011 20:46, Alejandro Tejada <capellan2000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Richard,
>> 
>> 
>> Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>> 
>>> Ironically, I recall the SPA noting a few years ago that the second
>>> most-pirated software category after games was software for music
>>> production.
>>> 
>> 
>> And... where could we hear the results?
>> 
>> If... MOST of the current music that receives airplay
>> is any indication of proficiency using software
>> for music production... then THIS IS the...
>> end of music
>> 
>> :-(
>> 
>> Al
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